Taylor Swift is invisible in 'Delicate' music video
07:37, Mar 13, 2018
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Seems fitting as "Delicate" appears on her latest album reputation, released previous year.
Kahn has directed all of Swift's videos for her Reputation era. After discovering that she's become temporarily invisible, however, the singer's character gets a night to herself, dancing wildly around a posh hotel and the Los Angeles Metro before ending up at a dive bar where she becomes visible once again. "You can stop sending me fan concepts lol, video was shot weeks ago".
The lyrics to "Delicate" may be inspired by Swift's current boyfriend, actor Joe Alwyn. It begins with a hectic red carpet and press junket, with Swift sporting a polite smile and being escorted by her bodyguards.
But the most striking visual - the ideal pairing to reputation's biggest themes - may be her carefree rain dancing. The expression on her face is one of misery.
The 28-year-old showed off her athletic poise as she slide down the bonnet of a vehicle into the splits in the pouring rain. Then she discovers a talisman - a magical note - that makes her invisible.
Billboard noted some additional elements from Taylor's "Delicate" clip that are similar to other famous music videos.
Perhaps what makes her secretive visual display even more special is the fact that she patches scenes into "Delicate", that were mentioned in older hit song's she's done and paints a bigger picture into the almost 4 minute clip forming many lyrical scenes into one. "Come here, you can meet me in the back". The "End Game" singer then proceeds to show off her goofy moves as she cavorts between people in the middle of spirited conversation and gambols on top of a reception desk before giving her best spirit fingers in an empty ballroom.
Throughout all of the joyous, lovably dorky secret dancing, I couldn't help but think of another iconic pop video centering on a woman at the height of her powers letting the world know that actually, things aren't always as great as they appear.
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